Acceptable Courses to Satisfy Cultural Heritage Requirement

ANTH

30973

(RS)

Anthropology and Religion

 

RELI

10003

(RS)

Understanding Religion: The Bible (was 10103)

 

RELI

10013

(RS)

Understanding Religion: World Religions (was 10503)

 

RELI

10103

(RS)

Biblical Literature and Life (now 10003)

 

RELI

10123

(RS)

New Testament Literature and Life (now 20123)

 

RELI

10503

(RS)

Religion in Human Experience (now 10013)

 

RELI

20123

(RS)

New Testament History and Literature (was 10123)

 

RELI

30113

(RS) (W)

Jesus and the Gospels

 

RELI

30133

(RS) (W)

Religion and Search for Meaning in the Old Testament

 

RELI

30513

(RS)

Hindu Religious Perspectives

 

RELI

30523

(RS)

East Asian Religious Perspectives

 

RELI

30533

(RS)

Buddhism: Thought & Practice

 

RELI

30543

(RS)

Islam

 

RELI

30553

(RS)

Mysticism (now 30733)

 

RELI

30563

(RS)

Judaism

 

RELI

30603

(RS)

Religion in the Arts (now 30743)

 

RELI

30673

(RS)

Anthropology and Religion (was 30973)

 

RELI

30733

(RS)

Mysticism (was 30553)

 

RELI

30743

(RS)

Religion in the Arts (was 30603)

 

RELI

30973

(RS)

Anthropology and Religion (now 30673)

 

HONORS PROGRAM

HHUM

10114

*

Honors Humanities I

 

HHUM

10124

*

Honors Humanities II

 

HHUM

20134

*

Honors Humanities III

 

* If, and only if, the above twelve hours--HHUM 10114, 10124 and 20134--are completedwill they count as 3 hours each of (RS), (CI), (L), and (FA) of the University Curriculum 

Requirements (UCR).


II.C.2. Historical Studies

ADDRAN COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES

HIST

10603

(HS-U)

US History: A Survey to 1877

 

HIST

10613

(HS-U)

US History: A Survey Since 1877

 

HIST

10703

(HS-U)

African American Experience

 

HIST

10903

(HS-U)

Ethnic Elements of Amer Hist, Prehistory to 1877

 

HIST

10913

(HS-U)

Ethnic Elements of Amer Hist, 1877 to Present

 

HIST

10003

(HS)

Great Figures in World History to 1500

 

HIST

10013

(HS)

Great Figures in World History from 1500 to Present

 

HIST

10023

(HS)

World Civilization, From Pre-Modern Civilization to 1500

 

HIST

10033

(HS)

World Civilization, From 1500 to the Present

 

HIST

10433

(HS)

Freshman Seminar: Greater Mexico: Mexicans in Mexico and the Southwestern U.S.

 

HIST

10433

(HS)

Freshman Seminar: China - The 21st Century Colossus?

 

HIST

20603

(HS)

The American Mind (Honors)

 

HIST

20763

(HS)

U. S. Military History

 

HIST

20923

(HS)

Honors History of Latin American Civilization & Culture to 1830

 

HIST

30003

(HS)(W)

The Greek World

 

HIST

30013

(HS)(W)

The Roman Republic and Empire

 

HIST

30023

(HS)(W)

Ancient Egypt and the Near East

 

(Writing emphasis added 10/13/1994)

HIST

30033

(HS)(W)

Ancient Mysteries: Sense and Nonsense

 

HIST

30113

(HS)

The Flowering of the Middle Ages (deleted 11/20/1992)

 

HIST

30133

(HS)(W)

The Middle Ages

 

HIST

30203

(HS)

The Renaissance

 

HIST

30313

(HS)

The Age of Blood & Iron: Europe, 1870-1918

 

HIST

30323

(HS)

A Broken World: Europe, 1919-1945

 

HIST

30333

(HS)(W)

Genesis of a New World: Europe, 1945-1991

 

(Writing Emphasis added 12/12/2001)

HIST

30343

(HS)

The French Revolution & Napoleon

 

HIST

30353

(HS)

Modern France, 1815 to the Present

 

HIST

30403

(HS)(W)

History of Russia to 1861

 

HIST

30413

(HS)(W)

History of Russia from 1861 to the Present

 

HIST

30423

(HS)

Triumph & Turmoil: Central Europe in the 19th & 20th Centuries

 

HIST

30433

(HS)(W)

The History of China and Japan from the Earliest Times to the 19th Century

 

HIST

30443

(HS)(W)

The History of China & Japan from 1800 to the Present

 

HIST

30583

(HS)

The Man* Who Tires of London, Tires of Life. 

 

HIST

30623

(HS)

The Age of Jackson, 1829-60 (now 40633)

 

HIST

30673

(HS)

Foundations of American Foreign Policy: From Colony to Empire (now 40683)

 

HIST

30683

(HS)

The United States as a Great Power: American Foreign Policy from World War I to the Present (now 40693)

 

HIST

30693

(HS)

The Vietnam War (now 40843)

 

HIST

30783

(HS)

Constitutional History of the United States (now 40783)

 

HIST

30793

(HS)(W)

Business in American Life (now 40793)

 

Writing Emphasis approved 2/18/1993.)

HIST

30913

(HS)

History of Central America

 

HIST

30970

(HS)

The History of London

 

HIST

40013

(HS)

History of War

 

HIST

40023

(HS)(W)

Women in the Western World since 1500

 

HIST

40603

(HS)

Colonial America, From the Age of Discovery to 1763

 

HIST

40613

(HS)

Revolutionary America, 1763-1789 (chg to CI on 11/4/1998)

 

HIST

40633

(HS)

The Age of Jackson, 1829-60 (was 30623)

 

HIST

40663

(HS)

America Between the Wars, 1919-1941

 

HIST

40673

(HS)

The United States from 1941-1975

 

HIST

40683

(HS)(W)

Foundations of American Foreign Policy: FromColony to Empire (was 30673) ("W" added 4/30/1998.)

 

HIST

40693

(HS)

The United States as a Great Power: AmericanForeign Policy from World War I to the Present (was 30683)

 

HIST

40783

(HS)

Constitutional History of the United States (was 30783)

 

HIST

40793

(HS)(W)

Business in American Life (was 30793)

 

(Writing Emphasis approved 2/18/1993)

HIST

40823

(HS)

The New South, 1877-Present

 

HIST

40843

(HS)

The Vietnam War (was 30693)

 

PHIL

30213

(HS)(W)

History of Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval (now 40213)

 

PHIL

40213

(HS)(W)

History of Philosophy: Ancient and Medieval (was 30213)

 

RELI

30323

(HS)(W)

Christian Tradition: Emergence to Renaissance

 

RELI

30333

(HS)(W)

Christian Tradition: Reformation to Modernity

 

HONORS PROGRAM

HHIT

10113

*

Honors Intellectual Traditions

 

HHIT

20123

*

Honors Intellectual Traditions

 

HHIT

20133

*

Honors Intellectual Traditions

 

* If, and only if, the above nine hours--HHIT 10113, 20123, 20133--are completed will theycount as 3 hours each of (CI), (PS), and (HS) of the University Curriculum Requirements (UCR).


II.C.3. Critical Inquiry

ADDRAN COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES

CRJU

20423

(CI)

Critical Issues in Crime & Justice

 

CRJU

40903

(CI)

Ethics in Criminal Justice (96S only)

 

DEMT

10433

(CI)

Freshman Seminar: Architectural Design: The Metroplex Experience

 

DEMT

40013

(CI)

Entrepreneurship in Design & Fashion (was 40303)

 

DEMT

40303

(CI)

Entrepreneurship in Design & Fashion (now 40013)

 

DEMT

40464

(CI)

Interior Design IV

 

Beginning Spring 1997, DEFA was changed to DEMT.

ECON

10433

(CI)

Freshman Seminar: Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll: Who Says that Economics Has to Be Boring?

 

ECON

30213

(CI)(W)

Philosophy of Economic Science (course deleted 11/17/1995)

 

ENGL

20923

(CI)

Literature & Civilizations II

 

ENGL

30103

(CI)(W)

Introduction to Literary Theory (was 30113)

 

ENGL

30113

(CI)(W)

Introduction to Literary Theory (now 30103)

 

ENGL

40123

(CI)(W)

Literary Criticism

 

ENGL

40433

(CI)(W)

19th Century Literature

 

ENGL

40493

(CI) (W)

Issues in Shakespeare Studies

 

FREN

30153

(CI)

French Culture & Civilization I

 

FREN

30163

(CI)

French Culture & Civilization II

 

NOTE: An exception was granted to the "six credit limitation" for Honors Program students who take six credits of Honors Western Civilization plus three credits of American History.

HIST

20003

(CI)

Honors Western Civilization to 1500

 

HIST

20013

(CI)

Honors Western Civilization, 1500 to Present

 

HIST

20933

(CI)

Honors History of Latin American Civilization & Culture since 1830

 

HIST

30063

(CI) (W)

Introduction to Historical Research

 

HIST

30933

(CI)

Revolution in Latin America

 

HIST

30973

(CI)

Biography in Latin American History

 

HIST

30993

(CI) (W)

History of Mexico

 

(Critical Inquiry added on 12/20/1999)

HIST

40613

(CI)

Revolutionary America, 1763-1789 (chg to CI on 11/4/1998)

 

HIST

40853

(CI)

American Environmental History

 

PHIL

10003

(CI)

Introductory Philosophical Inquiries (New title: Philosophy One: The Meaning of Life

 

PHIL

20103

(CI)

Critical Reasoning (no CI credit if taken 93F-94F)

 

PHIL

20313

(CI)*

Moral Problems (no CI credit after 93M)

 

PHIL

20353

(CI)*

Political Philosophy (no CI credit after 93M)

 

PHIL

30323

(CI)*(W)

Philosophy of Science (no CI credit after 93M) (now 40323)

 

PHIL

30353

(CI)*

Thinking About Sport (now 2343) (no CI credit after 93M)

 

PHIL

30363

(CI)*(W)

Ethics and Health Care (no CI credit after 93M)

 

PHIL

30373

(CI)*

Art and the Aesthetic (no CI credit after 93M)

 

PHIL

30383

(CI)*(W)

Advanced Topics in Human Nature (no CI credit after 93M)

 

(Writing Emphasis approved 3/4/1993.) (now 40383)

PHIL

40383

(CI)*(W)

Advanced Topics in Human Nature (no CI credit after 93M)

 

(Writing Emphasis approved 3/4/1993.) (was 30383)

POSC

20203

(CI)

Introduction to Political Theory

 

POSC

30203

(CI)

Topics in Political Theory

 

POSC

30203

(CI)

Topics in Political Theory: Assessing Normative Theories

 

POSC

30403

(CI)

Topics in Public Law

 

RELI

30143

(CI)(W)

Love & Sex in the Biblical World (now 30703)

 

RELI

30153

(CI)

How to Read the Bible: Story & Politics

 

RELI

30163

(CI)

The Bible at the Movies

 

RELI

30213

(CI)

Christianity & Contemporary Social Issues (now 30433)

 

RELI

30273

(CI)(W)

God in Modern Thought (now 30643)

 

RELI

30303

(CI)

Christian Ethics

 

RELI

30433

(CI)

Christianity & Contemporary Social Issues (was 30213)

 

RELI

30643

(CI)(W)

God in Modern Thought (was 30273)

 

RELI

30703

(CI)(W)

Love & Sex in the Biblical World (was 30143)

 

 

 

 

 

 

RELI

40613

(CI)(W)

Constructive Global Ethics

 

RELI

40733

(CI)(W)

Church and State Relations in America

 

SOCI

20223

(CI)

Social Problems

 


COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION

JOUR

40403

(CI)

Public Relations & Advertising: Cases & Problems

 

JOUR

40993

(CI)

Mass Media & Society

 

 

 

 

 

 

RTVF

20583

(CI)

Media Criticism (was 40583)

 

RTVF

40583

(CI)

Media Criticism (now 20583)

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPCO

30103

(CI)

Argumentation and Debate

 

SPCO

30133

(CI)

Group Discussion

 


SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

EDUC

10433

(CI)

Freshman Seminar in Education: Learning, Thinking,

 

Understanding & Inventing (HON)

EDUC

10433

(CI)

Freshman Seminar in Education: The Internet in Education Gold Mine or Waste of Time?:

 

EDUC

10433

(CI)

Freshman Seminar in Education: Going to School in America Is It Worth the Time and the Trouble?

 

EDUC

10433

(CI)

Freshman Seminar in Education: Race in the 21st Century

 

EDUC

20003

(CI)

Critical Investigation of Teaching & Learning in Today's Schools

 

EDUC

30153

(CI)

The Adolescent Learner

 


COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS
 

ART

20403

(CI)

Introduction to Visual Culture

 

ART

30153

(CI)

Artists' Books

 

ART

30213

(CI)(W)

Old Master Drawings

 

THEA

30113

(CI)(W)

Theatre History II (was 40513)

 

THEA

40143

(CI)(W)

Modern Trends in Theatre (was 40533)

 

THEA

40513

(CI)(W)

Theatre History II (now 30113) 

 

THEA

40533

(CI)(W)

Modern Trends in Theatre (now 40143)

 


COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES & HUMAN SERVICES

KINE

10433

(CI)

Freshman Seminar: Sports in America: A Socio-cultural Perspective(was PHED)

 

PHED

10433

(CI)

Freshman Seminar: Sports in America: A Socio-cultural Perspective(now KINE)

 

NURS

10433

(CI)

Freshman Seminar: Health Problems and Perspectives

 

NURS

10443

(CI)

Challenges & Controversies: Ethics in Health

 

NURS

30023

(CI)

Cultural & Ethical Aspects of Health Care

 

NURS

30053

(W)(CI)

Critical Inquiry Into Health Care Delivery (was 40303)

 

NURS

40113

(CI)

Ethical Dilemmas in Health Care

 

NURS

40303

(CI)(W)

Critical Inquiry into Health Care Delivery (now 30053)

 

SOWO

30863

(CI)

Issues in Social Welfare Policy

 

SOWO

30873

(CI)

Issues in Diversity

 


COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

BIOL

30003

(CI)

Biological Issues in Public Health

 

COSC

10433

(CI)

Freshman Seminar: Computerization: Benefits, Costs and Risks

 

COSC

20533

(CI)

Computers, Technology, and Society

 

ENGR

30903

(CI)

Issues in Engineering Design

 

GEOL

30103

(CI)(W)

Science, Scientists and Society

 

(Writing Emphasis added 4/14/1997.)

GEOL

30203

(CI)(W)

Catastrophes, Controversies, Genesis & Geology

 

NTDT

10433

(CI)

Freshman Seminar: Current Concepts and Controversies in Food and Nutrition

 

NTDT

20113

(CI)

Issues of Food in Society

 

PSYC

30503

(CI)

Behavioral Research

 

PSYC

40413

(CI)

Cognitive Development

 

HONORS PROGRAM

HCOL

40033

(CI)

The Nature of Values

 

HHIT

10113

*

Honors Intellectual Traditions

 

HHIT

20123

*

Honors Intellectual Traditions

 

HHIT

20133

*

Honors Intellectual Traditions

 

*If, and only if, the above nine hours--HHIT 10113, 20123, 20133--are completed will theycount as 3 hours each of (CI), (PS), and (HS) of the University Curriculum Requirements (UCR).

HHUM

10114

*

Honors Humanities I

 

HHUM

10124

*

Honors Humanities II

 

HHUM

20134

*

Honors Humanities III

 

*If, and only if, the above twelve hours--HHUM 10114, 10124 and 20134--are completedwill they count as 3 hours each of (RS), (CI), (L), and (FA) of the University Curriculum

Requirements (UCR).


II.C.4. Fine Arts

COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION

RTVF

10053

(FA)

Survey of Film

 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS 

ART

10043

(FA)

Introduction to Art History

 

ART

10053

(FA)

Survey of Art History: Prehistory to Late Medieval

 

ART

10063

(FA)

Survey of Art History: Renaissance to Contemporary

 

ART

10433

(FA)

Freshman Seminar: Choice or Chance: The Art of Collage

 

ART

10433

(FA)

Freshman Seminar: The Myth of King Arthur

 

ART

20003

(FA)

The Classical Tradition in Art

 

ART

20013

(FA)

Egyptian Art

 

ART

20063

(FA)

Medieval Art

 

ART

20073

(FA)

British Art: Medieval to Modern

 

ART

20083

(FA)

American Indian Art & Architecture: South America, Mexico And North America

 

ART

20103

(FA)

17th and 18th Century European Art

 

ART

20113

(FA)

A New World: Survey of American Art

 

ART

20303

(FA)

19th and 20th Century Art

 

ART

20503

(FA)

Survey Topics in Art History

 

ART

20603

(FA)

Art History on Site

 

BALT

10053

(FA)

Survey of Dance

 

BALT

10433

(FA)

Freshman Seminar: Dance: Circling Through Life

 

BALT

40173

(FA)(W)

Dance History: Primitive to Renaissance

 

BALT

40183

(FA)(W)

Twentieth Century Dance

 

 

 

 

 

 

FNRT

30900

(FA)

A Living Culture: London & the Arts Today

 

FNRT

30903

(FA)

Tradition & Individual Talent: An Interdisciplinary

 

Investigation of Hungarian Art & Music

MUSI

10033

(FA)

Survey of Jazz and Popular Music

 

MUSI

10053

(FA)

Survey of Music

 

MUSI

10063

(FA)

World Music

 

MUSI

10073

(FA)

From Rock to Bach

 

MUSI

10433

(FA)

Freshman Seminar: Music as Communication, Popular or Otherwise

 

MUSI

30613

(FA)(W)

History of Music: Baroque & Classic

 

MUSI

30623

(FA)(W)

History of Music: Romantic & Twentieth Century

 

THEA

10053

(FA)

Survey of Theatre Arts I

 

THEA

10063

(FA)

Survey of Theatre Arts II (deleted 4/20/1990)

 

THEA

10203

(FA)

Survey of Music Theatre

 

THEA

10503

(FA)

Introduction to Theatre: Production Studies (deleted 4/15/1994)

 

THEA

30123

(FA)

The London Theatre (TCU-in-London)

 

HONORS PROGRAM

HHUM

10114

*

Honors Humanities I

 

HHUM

10124

*

Honors Humanities II

 

HHUM

20134

*

Honors Humanities III

 

* If, and only if, the above twelve hours--HHUM 10114, 10124 and 20134--are completedwill they count as 3 hours each of (RS), (CI), (L), and (FA) of the University Curriculum Requirements (UCR).